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>>> good morning to our viewers in the west, it is friday, september 28th, 2012. welcome to "cbs this morning." israel's prime minister says the world has less than a year to stop iran from having nuclear weapons. >>> five people are dead after a gunman goes on a shooting rampage in minneapolis. >>> the nfl's real referees get cheers and boos in their first day back. intrigue at the vatican as the butler goes on trial. >>> we'll begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >>> a red line should be drawn right here. >> israel' prime minister warnings time is running out to stop iran. >> netanyahu says iran could have enough enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon by next summer. >> it's not merely the future of my country, at stake is the future of the world. >> bebe, bubby, what's with the wylie coyote tee nuclear bomb? >> police in minneapolis are investigating a deadly shooting. >> the toll is five dead, four wounded. >> they report the gunman was an employee who lost his job. >> in a wonderful neighborhood, wonderful business we've had a horrible tragedy. >> i'll put
the media to announce breaking news of the coverup and the results are in. cbs didn't lead with the coverup they never mentioned it in the broadcast. not a word. hey, scotty, axelrod on line one. he said thanks. nbc, the bastion of journalism led with the biggest news story since watergatesa. vanna, sweetie, how do you become a serious journalist ignoring news like this? on abc, george stephanopoulos led with story on cyber attack. others did good reporting later in the block on libya. any questions the main street is as biased as the day in long? greg, that do you think? >> greg: it is amazing what you can get away with, when the media is in the tank for you. obama could actually give alaska to russia. by day two, the "new york times" editorial board will report on ann romney's horse. you are asking a network to report on a scandal about obama is asking them to narc on themselves. >> bob: sarah palin know about that trade? >> greg: you are terrible. my point is asking a member of a gang to narc on a member. >> eric: this a big story or not >> bob: it is a big story. but you jumped all over
was the clear winner. in a cbs news instant poll, 46 percent of uncommitted voters who watched the debate picked romney as the winner. 22 percent said the president won. about a third called it a tie. this is a snapshot based on instant reaction to the debate not carefully considered opinion which often changes in the days that follow. romney senior advisor predicted a dynamic shift in the campaign following the debate. senior obama campaign strategist axelrod said of the debate and i quote, "it's like playoffs in the sports. evaluate after evert and make adjustments and i am sure we will make adjustments." we have ed henry on the campaign trail but, first, job -- john roberts is in virginia. what do we hear from governor romney today following the well lauded performance. >>reporter: before leaving colorado he stopped 59 a conference where he got a minute-london stand ovation, saying that is a good sign, that make people who were look warmer committed. last night was everything that republicans had been asking for. the challenge for mit -- mitt romney is to keep doubling down accusing the presi
-riding. >> david: we're back with stocks. mike, cbs? >> i like them a lot, leading off with "made in jersey" in their fall lineup. how could you not like a show like that? >> i like jersey, but not cbs. they're dependent on advertising. i'm not bullish. >> that's it for "forbes on fox." thanks for watching. have a great weekend. here's cheryl with "cashin' in." >> let high school students graduate in two years instead of four. a growing number of state governments are doing it to get high achieving kids into college sooner. should all states do it to bring taxpayer costs lower? hello, everybody. welcome to "cashin' in." this week we have jonathan, tracy, todd, jim is here, and joining us this week we have sally cohen. welcome to all of you. jim, i'll start with you. why do you like this two-year
's >>. [ applause ] >>> i wanted to show you how the cbs evening news started their show friday night. keep in mind this is hours after the office of director of national intelligence gave their reassessment of the attack in benghazi. >> good evening, mitt romney has 39 days to turn his presidential campaign into a winner but the support of a key voting group is in jeopardy. >> what? we're talking about why mitt romney is behind? you have one of the biggest stories going on in country's last four years of history. you are ignoring about what does mitt romney have to do in 39 days. joining me now is columnist and former presidential candidate pat buchanan. pat, i wanted to take you back because you were in the nixon administration, you saw what happened when watergated was going on. there was coverups and misstatements that cost him his presidency. bill clinton got impeached because he lied about some things to a grand jury and then covered them up. what i'm asking, isn't there something different going on here? if so, why? >> well, i think there is no doubt why. let me talk about the situation -- i
's evil news, do you think tonight, abc, nbc or cbs is going to lead with this breaking news? >> greg: no. i admire the network dedication to obama's incompetence. it's almost superhuman. >> andrea: when is he going to admit it was a terrorist attack? >> bob: once there is enough evidence to do it. >> andrea: he is at the top. his spokesperson, the mouthpiece said it was. when will he? november 7? >> kimberly: november 7. >> eric: you hear me say hillary clinton, the secretary of state. right? >> bob: yes. i understand that. i understand that. >> kimberly: somebody take the keys to the white house. can we get a countdown clock? >> bob: coming up, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the u.n. today warning about the iranian nuclear threat. listen. >> ladies and gentlemen, the relevant question is not when iran will get the bomb. the relevant question is at what stage can we no longer stop iran from getting the bomb? >> eric: all right. but is obama, is the obama administration prepared to deal with the terrorists in tehran? that's next. ♪ ♪ >>> there is only way to peacefully p
left, they did in 2008 and they're doing it again. >> dana: reuters and cb s news have followed up on the story. if you look at the editorial pages today. >> greg: "usa today." when "usa today" calls you out on a story is a protester calling you out on hygiene. >> eric: they're 20 days late, though. my biggest problem is within a couple of days the guy from the national counterterror said, i think he said look, it looks like terrorism. a couple of days, ambassador rice talking to david gregory and candy crowley and bob schieffer and george stephanopoulos and not one of them pushed back and said what about it? what about the other people saying terrorism? where are you? how can you blame the movie? main stream media is complicit in this tragedy. can i say one point. jon stewart last night jumped on board and is calling the main stream media out. about time you get on board, too. >> greg: bob? you can talk as long as you want. >> bob: i don't want to talk. in your monologue you said they are out to get the american people and to protect america's enemies. strong statement. even comin
broken a lot of this. cbs, reuters, "new york times." >> kimberly: main stream media even. liberal media. >> bob: can you take it to court and get conviction? >> kimberly: you're saying don't thereon what they say? disbelieve them because it's convenience of truth to get obama re-elected? >> bob: there is a lot of explaining to be done but there needs to be evidence. the idea to take dick cheney as an expert in to this who had the biggest coverup in iraq. >> dana: what is a better idea is let's take bob beckel's word for it. >> bob: i'm not asking you to take my word. >> dana: you attack the former vice president when he's saying what everybody else has been saying. >> kimberly: he's well respected nationally. they knew not to do anything on the watch of bush-cheney. now they think we're bunch of children saying please don't attack us. it's a joke. >> dana: a week from today the first hearing was going to be held in congress. intel committee could hear more and i think the secretary of state is right to cooperat cooperate. >> eric: catherine herridge deserves the pulitzer prize for what
it up. >> absolutely. cbs has yet to cover this. >> sean: nbc finally did the story, but they blamed the intelligence coming up, you know, for getting it wrong, as if they know better. by the way, it's msdnc. go ahead. >> it's win more than two weeks since the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans were killed at the u.s. consulate in banghazi. tonight a rare reversal. intelligence officials acknowledge they originally got it wrong. patience is starting to wane thin with the pace of the investigation and shifting explanations from the administration. tonight members of congress from both parties are demanding answers. >> sean: well, they got part of it right. >> they couldn't be more shameless, sean. this is your typical friday afternoon surprise. now, we saw this so often with the clinton administration. now you're seeing it with the obama administration. come out with a dollop of information that might sound right, but when you look at it carefully it's not right at all. they're blaming with the people that came up with the evidence that said it was a terrorist attack.
are hearing from some media that it was this past weekend. "the new york times" said it was last august. cbs news said it was last june. even when the count gets there is up for grabs, but what is more important, that speaks to the fact that the counting is not the point. the 2000 u.s. soldier is no more or less important than the first for the 17th or the 129th. what is left out of these accounts are the scores of thousands of afghan civilians that have been killed in this war. since the records began to be kept, which was not until 2007, we know 12,996 civilians have been counted by the u.s. these accounts arethe first six yearst even counted, including the massive carpet bombing of afghanistan that opened themilie years. war in 2001. so we are faced with this massive level of casualties giving rise to the kind of anger across society that is leading to these so-called insider killings. the u.s. military has acknowledged that only 25% of those killings actually have anything to do with a "taliban infiltrator." the vast majority they say they do not know but it seems to be personal animosit
was married to mariashriver. here's what he told cbs's "60 minutes." >> very difficult. strange. bizarre. whatever you want to call it. but it's the best way i could handle it. it was one of those things we thought about, you know, denial. i kind of put it away and just said to myself, i'm going to put this away. >> how can you put it away? you have a child. >> i know. but that's just the way i operate. >> on "good morning america" schwarzenegger says he wishes his wife would come back to him. maria shriver is not talking about any of this publicly. reaction from kennedy biographer and daily beast contributor lawrence lamer at 10:00 eastern. >>> a little bit of sports before we take it to break. in case you missed sunday night football eagles hosted giants. eagles quarterback michael vick kicked to shawn jackson for the first score of the game just before halftime. the eagles criticized for turnovers so far this year. they had none last night. new york pulled ahead in the fourth quarter after eli manning connected on that touchdown right there. philadelphia add a field goal -- i'm waitin
party and richard nixon. and though my colleague from cbs and is referred to there has asked, i did not feel richard nixon did a complete answer. he referred to me as a non- essential question or some words of that effect. he did not answer it well. it stuck with him. it was the party he was confused of not having the confidence of president -- of president eisenhower, because of a great way that is what the republican line was, experience that counts. >> you were free to pursue that question, right? >> no vetting of questions. i heard about the debate the day before when i was covering nixon and the south. i got on the train that went to chicago, and went in on the following monday to go wbbm cbs affiliate in chicago. we sat in a row, and all we did was introduce ourselves to the camera. our producer went on to produce "60 minutes." that was it. >> in that clip richard nixon looks very confident and gave you a long answer. clearly anticipated some part of this. what we remember was the recollection that he was sweating heavily, nervous and prepare. you were in the room in that part
of remarkable happening in the last couple of days. both candidates have been askedf cbs. and referred to fact checking, their reaction to it. we have a clip of what president obama said in a "60 minutes," interview. it was kind of interesting. >> the fact checkers have had problems with the ads on both sides, and city have been misleading and in some cases just not true. does that disturb you? some of them are your ads. >> do you see sometimes us going overboard in our campaign, mistakes that are made? areas where there is no doubt somebody could dispute how we are presenting things? that happens in politics. people't the american entitled to the truth? >> the truth of the matter is that most of the time we're having a vigorous debate about our visions for the country. there is a lot at stake in this election, so is it going to be sharp sometimes? absolutely. people have a good sense of where i want to take the country, where governor romney -- >> so there you have the president saying, well, do we go overboard and make mistakes, that happens. yesterday, cnn was pressing mitt romney on the we
... but anyone can help a foster child. >>. [ applause ] (applause) >> i want to show you how the cbs evening news started their show friday night. now, keep in mind, this is just hours after the office of the director of national intelligence gave their reassessment of the attack in benghazi. >> good evening, mitt romney has 39 days to turn his presidential campaign into a winner, but the support of a key voting group is in jeopardy. >> mike: what? we're talking about why mitt romney is behind? you've got one of the biggest stories going on in this country's last four years of history. you're ignoring that and talking about what does mitt romney have to do in 39 days. joining me now is syndicated columnist and former presidential candidate pat buchanan, good to have you here today. [applause]. pat, i want to talk you back, because were you part of the nixon administration and saw what happened to richard nixon when watergate was going on. there were coverups, there was misstatements, you know, lies that came out then. that cost him his presidency and in many ways, the respectful place in his
this amazing reaction. cbs polled 56% of americans saying that their opinion of romney changed for the better. that's half of america because all they've known of him is what the negative obama ads and the main stream media, which is sort of a redundant city, has been saying about him. >> bret: i want to play another exchange between president obama and governor romney's response where president obama is talking about tax policy in these i understand penitentiary studies about -- independent studies about raising taxes on middle income families. >> that's why i understand penitentiary studies looking at this said the only way to meet governor romney's pledge of not reducing the deficit or not adding to the deficit is by burdening middle class families -- >> i got five boys. i'm used to people saying something that's not always true, but just keep on repeating it and ultimately hoping i'll believe it. >> bret: it went really point by point, every time the president came at him, he went back not only with specifics while the obama campaign says there were not specifics in his answers on the tax
. >> the national latino media sign a memorandum of understanding with abc, nbc, cbs, and fox, and it was about we need to know who is working in front of the camera and who was working in back of camera in the entertainment sphere. we have since then gone out did that news, parts of their operations, and has there been progress? yes, incremental. we do not have a choice but to push harder because of what came out of here. we anecdotally already knew -- this is a report from latin decisions, and what he did, he interviewed 900 people on what they thought about latinos and on another part of it, 3000 people on what they thought about latinos. they were all white people. what they thought, coincided with what news they were looking at. we put entertainment in there, television news, radio, and we also put journalism. if they were young and new latinos, they tended to have a good attitude about latinos. if they were older and watching fox news, they did not think very highly of us. what were those things they did not think highly of that were not paid drug, intelligent, that we're taking jobs away fr
. and though my colleague from cbs and is referred to there has asked, i did not feel richard nixon did a complete answer. he referred to me as a non- essential question or some words of that effect. he did not answer it well. it stuck with him. it was the party line -- he was confused of not having the confidence of president eisenhower, because of a great way that is what the republican line was, experience that counts. >> you were free to pursue that question, right? >> no vetting of questions. i heard about the debate the day before when i was covering nixon and the south. i got on the train that went to chicago, and went in on the following monday to go wbbm cbs affiliate in chicago. was introduce ourselves to the camera. "60 minutes." that was it. >> in that clip richard nixon you a long answer. this. what we remember was the sweating heavily, nervous and prepare. you were in the room in that particular format. what did you see from your seat? >> i was in the room. i saw kennedy in a dark suit. at the last minute. i saw nixon in a gray suit in front of a great background. -- gray
you think in the morning there is a conference call between abc, nbc and cbs and the "new york times" to decide what they are going to report on obama? >> don't put tblords my mouth. they know what the news of the day is and they choose to ignore it. the on time that they choose not to ignore it is when their access is threatened. you saw the media actually criticize president obama for not meeting with foreign leaders because they got snubbed for the ladies at the view. when they miss the access themselves that's when they complain. >> if you were ahead you wouldn't be having these arguments. >> i highly doubt it. martha: thanks so much, you guys. bill: bob is going to screen something like "coming up! ". the battle over obama-care could be headed back to the u.s. supreme court and what in the supreme court and what in the world would cause this. >> it seems like you guys -- al? sea turtle. what's your bedtime? do you believe in space aliens? ...i love puppies. hash browns or home fries? home fries. do you like my dress? why can't you guys ask good questions like this? [ morgan ] fo
but it is rising. >> over on the right side here. >> steve space from w cbs radio. the pre-election polls i've always wondered why our listeners, viewers and readers need to know how other people plan to vote and poison the voting poll and recite them on the radio i'd like to hear the of a panelist thoughts on why do we report the polls? >> who wants to take that? >> it's the way that we gauge the narrative of the race in which way the momentum is. i was in virginia talking to people in prince william county and republicans who voted for john mccain four years ago. i don't know i'm going to do it doesn't like this is going to win it's not necessarily wanting to vote for the loser. it does affect some voters. >> on the other hand, it's not so where earlier in the cycle you say they didn't have a chance i'm not the only one who likes him and maybe he can pull this out and we are curious and want to know what other -- we also want to be part of the conversation with people and know what other people are thinking and i am not sure i think that is such a bad thing and need to be put into isolati
. >> you have seen coverups before. but this is worst cover-up i have seen in my life. with cbs and fox news and they are into benghazi. to find the guy's journal, it hasn't been secured yet. where was the security around him? >> you are jumping around now? let's take the f.b.i.'s presence in benghazi. why is the f.b.i. the lead agency in the investigation. sn when they investigate generally speaking they are trying to solve a crime. they are cops trying to solve a crime. this wasn't a crime. this was an act of war. this was an act of terrorism. this is something for the defense intelligence and c.i.a. to be investigating. >> now we know they labeled it an act of terror within 24 hours so. for the better part of last two and a half weeks it wasn't terror. >>> clearly when the u.n. ambassador susan rice spoke on the sunday talk shows they could not have known that this was an act of terror by that point. now, there may have been some simultaneous riffraff anarchy elements going on there, but there was definitely concerted as senator john mccain suggests, coordinated military attack with
romney screw up -- that is the kind of thing that cbs is not holding him accountable. both candidates will do the syrupy things but mitt romney is doing press conferences and obama has not been doing press conferences. you can look at the research on this. president obama has done more one-on-one said downs then press conferences. he likes to control the message and he would rather sit down with barbara walters and have her ask them what superpower he would like to have. host: fredericksburg, va., an airline for democrats -- -- on our line for democrats -- caller: i get tired of them talking about liberal, biased media. if there was, do you think they will allow george bush' to set p the war on allied? a lie? our country wanted to collapse, how many economic speculative to they have and the network? none of them do this? they talk about the kindness of mitt romney because he is a preacher -- printer or bishops at this church. isa pasture -- but pastor's not help his flock, you need to find another church. host: we will leave it there. guest: i don't think the news media has spent a lo
to confirm the trend. a new quinnipiac "new york times" cbs poll shows surprisingly strong leads for the president. the galup tracking poll shows obama up six points. it's pretty hard to survey the polling data and not come to the conclusion that barack obama is beating mitt romney, that if the election were held today barack obama would win and that romney has a relatively steep though certainly not insurmountable uphill climb to victory. that is if you operate in the alternate epi stem mick universe of the media. >> that begs the question, are these polls dishonest? >> no. look, we endo you them with a falls scientific precision. >> these polls, i don't pay attention to them. >> polling is very good at saying how you're going to vote. it's very bad at saying who's going to vote. >> these two polls today are designed to convince everybody this election is over. >> we should note that fox news's own polls have been pretty much in line with everyone else's, but it's not just observers making the claim the polls are rigged. the romney campaign itself is now getting in on the act. >
's hockey, so we can keep moving. [ laughter ] >> and jimmy hoffa has not been found. cbs news reports the police found no traces of human decomposition after digging in a back yard after a tip he may have been buried there. he was last seen october 30, 1975. his disappearance remains a mystery today. >> it does remain a mystery. there's a restaurant in detroit called match's red fox where he was last seen before he disappeared. >> you're from detroit. >> known for being the last seen of jimmy hoffa. they've got the giant stadium. >> that's the big rumor that he's in the end zone of giants stadium. >> hold on before you go, there's one story we haven't talked about today which is the american airlines seats being loose. >> yes the not-bolted-down seats. that's a huge mess. >> for anybody out there who ever gets on an airplane, the one thing you want to do when you buckle in seatbelt is not going flying around. >> now american airlines wants to charge you an extra fee for buckled down seats. the baggage fee and now the buckled down seat fee. >> someone said it was sabotage by maybe some
of this race is a national disgrace. [cheers and applause] you know, we have a message for cnn, abc, cbs. you will not decide the outcome of this election. we, the people, will decide the outcome of this election. we live in a country that is getting harder to recognize every day. led by a president who mocks our values, be littles' our faith, and is threatened by our freedoms. you know it and i know it. barack obama is another washington, d.c. politician who will say what ever it takes to get elected. do not believe him. do not believe the slick campaign ads. do not believe his cheerleader friends and the media. do not let your friends believe it either. barack obama has not changed washington. he cannot change washington because barack obama is what is wrong with washington. [cheers and applause] thankfully, we have a choice. the choice could not be more clear. on behalf of the 4 million men and women of the national rifle association and tens of millions of nra supporters across the country, it is my honor to announce the and are a's endorsement of mayor romney and paul ryan for president
to the very soul when you say "you bought that?" >> morley safer of cbs on walter cronkite and journalism today. "washington journal" continues. host: we are back with our "america by the numbers" segment. the overall unemployment rate has dropped percentage -- 7.8%. if you look to those sectors, manufacturing is what we're focusing on -- is not doing as robustly as other sectors. manufacturing employment edged down 16,000 jobs on net. the jobs in computer and electronic parts and printing and related activities. we will listen to the candidates and come back oand talk about their proposals for the manufacturing sector. let's start with president obama. [video clip] >> what i talked about last night was eight new economic patriotism, and patriotism that is rooted in the belief that growing our economy begins with a strong, thriving middle-class. that means we export more jobs -- export more products and we outsource fewer jobs. over the last three years, we came together to reinvent a dying auto industry that is on top of the world. [applause] we have created more than half a million new
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